When you have a mosquito bite use clear finger nail polish it dries them up and gets rid of the itching.
My son's friend's mother was from Mexico and she said to put a square of scotch tape on it. I never tried it but my son said it worked. Personally, I just avoided scratching them- it drives you insane for a short while, but they go away faster because you aren't working the serum further into your skin.
I've found that the best thing that works is to mix 1 Tablespoon of Epsom salt with 1/2 cup of water. I mix it up so the salt dissolves and then dip a wash cloth in and use as a compress on the bites. It works so well I couldn't believe it...and the bites didn't itch at all the next day like they would normally. I noticed that the bites would dry up and heal faster too.
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